ISO 22000
          2005 Food Safety Audit Program

Introduction to our Food Safety Audit Program

Our Audit Program is made up of four programs:

  1. ISO 22000 Compliance Audit Program

  2. ISO 22000 Policy Audit Program

  3. ISO 22000 Procedures Audit Program

  4. ISO 22000 Records Audit Program

Each of these four programs will be discussed below.

We begin with a table of contents. It shows how we've organized our
ISO 22000 Internal Audit Program. While the content of each program
is different, the following table shows that each one of our four audit
programs is organized in the same way.

ISO 22000 2005 INTERNAL AUDIT PROGRAM

TITLE 57 TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART

INTRODUCTION

PAGE

1

Introduction to ISO 22000

4

2

Introduction to Audit Program

5

A

ISO 22000 COMPLIANCE AUDIT PROGRAM

11

1

Compliance Audit Procedure

11

2

Compliance Audit Profile

12

3

Compliance Audit Questions

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4

Compliance Audit Scores

84

5

Compliance Audit Summary

85

6

Compliance Audit Conclusions

86

7

Compliance Audit Recommendations

87

8

Compliance Audit Implementation Record

88

B

ISO 22000 POLICY AUDIT PROGRAM

89

1

Policy Audit Procedure

89

2

Policy Audit Profile

90

3

Policy Audit Questions

91

4

Policy Audit Scores

94

5

Policy Audit Summary

96

6

Policy Audit Conclusions

97

7

Policy Audit Recommendations

98

8

Policy Audit Implementation Record

99

C

ISO 22000 PROCEDURES AUDIT PROGRAM

100

1

Procedures Audit Procedure

100

2

Procedures Audit Profile

101

3

Procedures Audit Questions

102

4

Procedures Audit Scores

108

5

Procedures Audit Summary

110

6

Procedures Audit Conclusions

111

7

Procedures Audit Recommendations

112

8

Procedures Audit Implementation Record

113

D

ISO 22000 RECORDS AUDIT PROGRAM

114

1

Records Audit Procedure

114

2

Records Audit Profile

115

3

Records Audit Questions

116

4

Records Audit Scores

124

5

Records Audit Summary

126

6

Records Audit Conclusions

127

7

Records Audit Recommendations

128

8

Records Audit Implementation Record

129

E

LICENSE AGREEMENT AND CONTACT INFORMATION

130

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Overview of Food Safety Compliance Audit Program

Our Compliance Audit Program uses questions to list the ISO 22000
environmental management system requirements. Like ISOís five sets
of requirements, our Audit Program consists of five questionnaires:

  1. General Audit Questionnaire

  2. Management Audit Questionnaire

  3. Resource Audit Questionnaire

  4. Realization Audit Questionnaire

  5. Confirmation Audit Questionnaire

Our audit starts with section 4 because ISO's requirements start there.

Two answers are possible for each question: YES or NO. YES answers
mean youíre in compliance with the standard and NO answers mean
youíre not in compliance. NO answers point to compliance problems
(also known as nonconformities or noncompliances).

Once youíve answered all the ISO 22000 compliance audit questions,
youíre ready to summarize your audit, calculate compliance scores,
draw audit conclusions, and make and implement recommendations
to address your compliance problems.


Overview of Food Safety Policy Audit Program

Our ISO 22000 Policy Audit covers the following topics:

  1. Management

  2. Documentation

  3. Usability

  4. Training

  5. Implementation

  6. Changes

Start by selecting an ISO 22000 policy that you want to audit. Then
prepare your Policy Audit Profile. Before you begin answering audit
questions, please record the name of this policy at the top of the policy
audit questionnaire. This will help to maintain the focus of your audit.

Three response options are provided: YES, NO, and N/A. NO answers point
to policy performance problems, YES answers identify positive areas, while
N/A responses identify questions that are not applicable in your situation.

Once youíve answered all the ISO 22000 policy audit questions, youíre
ready to summarize your internal audit, calculate policy performance
scores, draw general audit conclusions, and make and implement
recommendations to address your policy performance problems.


Overview of Food Safety Procedures Audit Program

Our ISO 22000 Procedures Audit covers the following topics:

  1. Management

  2. Documentation

  3. Content

  4. Compliance

  5. Usability

  6. Training

  7. Control

  8. Records

  9. Changes

Start by selecting an ISO 22000 procedure that you want to audit.
Then prepare your Procedures Audit Profile. Define the scope of
your audit, identify the participants, and prepare a brief audit plan.

Before you begin answering procedures audit questions, please
record the name of this procedure at the top of the Audit questionnaire.
This will help auditors to maintain the focus of their procedures audit.

Three response options are provided: YES, NO, and N/A. NO answers point
to procedural performance problems, YES answers identify positive areas,
while N/A responses identify questions that are not applicable.

Once youíve answered all the ISO 22000 procedures audit questions,
youíre ready to summarize your audit, calculate procedural performance
scores, draw general audit conclusions, and make and implement
recommendations to address procedural performance problems.


Overview of Food Safety Records Audit Program

Our Records Audit Program is partly based on the ISO 15489-1
records management standard and covers the following topics:

  1. Management

  2. Initiation

  3. Recording

  4. Revisions

  5. Access

  6. Maintenance

  7. Retention

  8. Destruction

  9. Reporting

  10. Usability

  11. Authenticity

  12. Protection

  13. Continuity

  14. Training

  15. Auditing

  16. Compliance

Start by selecting a set of ISO 22000 records. Our Audit Program can be
used to audit virtually any type of record keeping system. Once youíve
chosen which records to audit, youíre ready to prepare your Records
Audit Profile. Specify the scope of your ISO 22000 records audit, its
location, the participants, and prepare a brief audit plan.

Before you begin answering record keeping audit questions, please enter
the name of the records being audited at the top of the audit questionnaire.
This will help to ensure that the focus of the internal audit is maintained.

Three response options are provided: YES, NO, and N/A. NO answers
point to record keeping performance problems, YES answers identify
positive areas, while N/A responses identify questions that are not
applicable in your situation.

Once youíve answered all the ISO 22000 records audit questions,
youíre ready to summarize your audit, calculate record keeping
performance scores, draw general audit conclusions, and make
and implement recommendations to address your record
keeping performance problems.

The following example will show you what our
ISO 22000 2005 Internal Audit Program looks like.
This example is taken from our Compliance Audit Program.

SAMPLE AUDIT QUESTIONS

A. COMPLIANCE AUDIT PROGRAM

3. COMPLIANCE AUDIT QUESTIONS

8. CONFIRMATION AUDIT QUESTIONNAIRE

8.1 CONFIRM AND IMPROVE FOOD SAFETY METHODS

1

Did your food safety team establish the processes that
are needed in order to confirm that your organizationís
food safety methods and procedures are working?

YES

NO

 

 

2

 

Did they plan the processes needed to confirm that
your food safety management methods are working?

YES

NO

 

 

3

 

 

Did they plan how to validate your
food safety control measures?

YES

NO

 

 

4

 

 

 

Did they plan how to validate that control
measure combinations are working?

YES

NO

 

 

5

 

 

Did they plan how to verify your food
safety management system (FSMS)?

YES

NO

 

 

6

 

Did they implement the processes needed
to confirm that your food safety management
methods are working?

YES

NO

 

 

7

 

 

Did they validate your control measures?

YES

NO

 

 

8

 

 

 

Did they validate that your control measure
combinations are working effectively?

YES

NO

 

 

9

 

 

Did they verify your organizationís FSMS?

YES

NO

 

 

10

Did your food safety team establish the processes that
are needed to improve your organizationís FSMS?

YES

NO

 

 

11

 

Did they plan the processes needed
to improve your organizationís FSMS?

YES

NO

 

 

12

 

Did they implement the processes needed
to improve your organizationís FSMS?

YES

NO

 

 

8.2 VALIDATE FOOD SAFETY CONTROL MEASURES

13

Did you validate your organizationís food safety
control measures before you implemented them?

YES

NO

 

 

14

 

Did you validate your control measures before you
made them part of your organizationís operational
prerequisite programs (OPRPs)?

YES

NO

 

 

15

 

Did you validate your control measures before
you made them part of your HACCP plan?

YES

NO

 

 

16

Can your validations confirm that your
food safety control measures are effective?

YES

NO

 

 

17

 

Can your validations confirm that your control
measures are capable of controlling the food
safety hazards
they were designed to control?

YES

NO

 

 

18

 

 

Do you modify control measures that are not
capable of controlling your food safety hazards?

YES

NO

 

 

19

 

 

 

Do you consider modifying process parameters
whenever control measures are not capable of
controlling food safety hazards?

YES

NO

 

 

20

 

 

 

Do you consider making control measures
more rigorous whenever they are not capable
of controlling your food safety hazards?

YES

NO

 

 

21

 

 

 

Do you consider changing how control measures
are combined whenever they are not capable of
controlling food safety hazards?

YES

NO

 

 

22

 

 

Do you consider changing raw materials
whenever control measures are not capable
of controlling your food safety hazards?

YES

NO

 

 

23

 

 

Do you consider changing end product
characteristics
whenever your control
measures are not capable of controlling
your food safety hazards?

YES

NO

 

 

24

 

 

Do you consider changing the intended
use
of your end product whenever control
measures are not capable of controlling
your food safety hazards?

YES

NO

 

 

25

 

 

Do you consider changing manufacturing
technologies
whenever control measures are
not capable of controlling food safety hazards?

YES

NO

 

 

26

 

 

Do you consider changing your distribution
methods
whenever control measures are not
capable of controlling food safety hazards?

YES

NO

 

 

27

 

Can your validations confirm that your combination
of control measures actually can ensure that end
products
achieve acceptable food safety levels?

YES

NO

 

 

28

 

 

Do you modify control measures that are not
capable of ensuring that end products are safe?

YES

NO

 

 

29

 

 

 

Do you consider modifying process parameters
whenever control measures are not capable
of ensuring that end products are safe?

YES

NO

 

 

30

 

 

 

Do you consider making control measures more
rigorous whenever they are not capable of
ensuring that your end products are safe?

YES

NO

 

 

31

 

 

 

Do you consider changing how control measures
are combined whenever they are not capable of
ensuring that your end products are safe?

YES

NO

 

 

32

 

 

Do you consider changing raw materials
whenever control measures are not capable
of ensuring that your end products are safe?

YES

NO

 

 

33

 

 

Do you consider changing end product
characteristics
whenever control measures
are not capable of ensuring that your end
products are safe?

YES

NO

 

 

34

 

 

Do you consider changing the intended
use
of your end products whenever your
control measures are not capable of
ensuring that end products are safe?

YES

NO

 

 

35

 

 

Do you consider changing manufacturing
technologies
whenever your control measures
are not capable of ensuring that your end
products are safe?

YES

NO

 

 

36

 

 

Do you consider changing your distribution
methods
whenever your control measures
are not capable of ensuring that your end
products are safe?

YES

NO

 

 

37

Do you revalidate your food safety control
measures whenever you change them and
before you implement the modified version?

YES

NO

 

 

38

 

Do you revalidate your modified control measures
before you make them part of your OPRPs?

YES

NO

 

 

39

 

Do you revalidate your modified measures before
you make them part of your HACCP plan?

YES

NO

 

 

40

Do you re-assess control measures
that have been changed?

YES

NO

 

 

41

 

Do you re-assess control measures that are not
capable of controlling your food safety hazards?

YES

NO

 

 

42

 

Do you re-assess control measures that are not
capable of ensuring that end products are safe?

YES

NO

 

 

43

Etcetera ...

 

 

 

 


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